Further Reading

Cox GW (2004) Alien Species and Evolution. Washington, DC: Island Press.

D'Antonio CM and Vitousek PM (1992) Biological invasions by exotic grasses, the grass fire cycle, and global change. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 23: 63-87.

Davis MA, Grime JP, and Thompson K (2000) Fluctuating resources in plant communities: A general theory of invasibility. Journal of Ecology 88: 528-534.

Ellstrand NC and Schierenbeck KA (2000) Hybridization as a stimulus for the evolution of invasiveness in plants. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 97: 7043-7050.

Hobbs RJ and Huenneke LF (1992) Disturbance, diversity, and invasion: Implications for conservation. Conservation Biology 6: 324-337.

Keane RM and Crawley MJ (2002) Exotic plant invasions and the enemy release hypothesis. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 17: 164-170.

Lonsdale WM (1999) Global patterns of plant invasions and the concept of invasibility. Ecology 80: 1522-1536.

Mooney HA, Mack RN, McNeely, et al. (eds.) (2005) Invasive Alien Species: A New Synthesis. Washington, DC: Island Press.

Myers JH and Bazely DR (2003) Ecology and Control of Introduced Plants. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Nentwig W (ed.) (2007) BiologicalInvasions. Berlin: Springer.

Pimentel D (ed.) (2002) Biological Invasions: Economic and

Environmental Costs of Alien Plant, Animal, and Microbe Species. Boca Raton: CRC Press.

Pysek P and Hulme PE (2005) Spatio-temporal dynamics of plant invasions: Linking pattern to process. EcoScience 12: 302-315.

Pysek P and Richardson DM (2006) The biogeography of naturalization of alien plants. Journal of Biogeography 33: 2040-2050.

Pysek P, Richardson DM, Rejmanek M, et al. (2004) Alien plants in checklists and floras: Towards better communication between taxonomists and ecologists. Taxon 53: 131-143.

Rejmanek M (1996) A theory of seed plant invasiveness: The first sketch. Biological Conservation 78: 171-181.

Rejmanek M, Richardson DM, and Pysek P (2005) Plant invasions and invasibility of plant communities. In: Van der Maarel E (ed.) Vegetation Ecology, pp. 332-355. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.

Richardson DM and Pysek P (2006) Plant invasions: Merging the concepts of species invasiveness and community invasibility. Progress in Physical Geography 30: 409-431.

Richardson DM, Allsopp N, D'Antonio CM, Milton SJ, and Rejmanek M (2000) Plant invasions: The role of mutualisms. Biological Reviews 75: 65-93.

Richardson DM, Pysek P, Rejmanek M, et al. (2000) Naturalization and invasion of alien plants: Concepts and definitions. Diversity and Distributions 6: 93-107.

Sax DF, Stachowicz JJ, and Gaines SD (2005) Species Invasions: Insights into Ecology, Evolution, and Biogeography. Sunderland: Sinauer Associates.

Simberloff D and Von Holle B (1999) Positive interactions of nonindigenous species: Invasion meltdown? Biological Invasions 4: 21-32.

Tilman D (1999) The ecological consequences of changes in biodiversity: A search for general principles. Ecology 80: 1455-1474.

Williamson M (1996) Biological Invasions. London: Chapman and Hall.

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